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My first 'reverse macro' attemp
January 5, 2014
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Hey all,

My first reverse macro attempt with my 50mm 1.8D … its a little sparkly thing caught my eye… also posted the full figure , for size comparison.  (just a point and shoot) :)

ISO 320       1/125       No aperture data  😀 (was moving the aperture lever by finger- so think it was around f/4 ?? 

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I’ve always wanted to try this, but never have.  You’ve given me added incentive.
The “ruby” is amazingly sharp considering the very narrow depth of field.
My only suggestion would be to remove the two tiny white spots on the simulant in post.

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January 5, 2014
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Mandrake said
I’ve always wanted to try this, but never have.  You’ve given me added incentive.
The “ruby” is amazingly sharp considering the very narrow depth of field.
My only suggestion would be to remove the two tiny white spots on the simulant in post.

Mandrake,

You should try it Mandrake. You need to look for any dust accumulation on the rear sides of lens though. A reverse ring would be nice to have. 

I didn’t get the white spot you were referring to btw. Is that the spot appearing 2 inches (approx) right above the ruby ? 

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Praveen_f2.7 said
I didn’t get the white spot you were referring to btw. Is that the spot appearing 2 inches (approx) right above the ruby ? 

No, I was referring to the tiny white spots on the facets of the ruby.  
I found them to be slightly distracting.
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